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  1. jpelker

    What do you think it would take to get these pointers working on the front end of the site?

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    1. That’s just what I was thinking. I’m working on a “student Report’ theme idea and front end pointers could be a way for a teacher to comment on the student’s content.

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    2. Hmm, interesting idea. I don’t think I’ve ever seen front end pointers before. Maybe the customizer would be the way to go or has that ability?

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      1. I believe the BuddyPress Balance theme used to use that script for frontend pointers, was an interesting idea.

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      2. eherman24

        I’ve used joyride inside one of my plugins with great success. It’s fairly easy to set up and is very good at what it accomplishes.

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  2. Hi Sarah!

    I’m going to try this out. I was designing something similar but it was in process, I like how it can attach to id or class.

    I love putting notes on everything.

    Thanks again for your thoughtful posts. Hope all is well. :-)

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  3. Dave Tasker

    Interesting. Would be useful if pointers could be grouped and then sequenced to provide a cheap and cheerful alternative to SideKick.

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  4. Just an FYI, I am the developer of this plugin. I just released version 2.0 which adds the ability to put these on the front end, arrange them along the Z-axis, and use a single pointer on all pages at once in either the admin or the front end.

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